11. Sep. 2014, 8:11 von Dunnemin
4. Aug. 2013, 12:13 von blacklizard63'First, make a list of your overall top-20 artists. Then, for each of these artists, add the 8 most similar artists to your list. Delete any duplicates, add up the number of entries on your list and this will give you some idea of how eclectic your listening habits are. A score of 9 represents an extremely unvaried musical taste while a 160 represents an extremely varied one.'
2. Freddie Mercury
3. Brian May
4. Queen + Paul Rodgers
5. Roger Taylor
6. Freddie Mercury & Montserrat Caballé
7. The Cross
8. Queen & David Bowie
11. Karl Bartos
14. Yellow Magic Orchestra
15. Jean-Michel Jarre
16. Orchestral Manoeuvres in the Dark
17. New Order
18. Depeche Mode
19. David Bowie
20. Tin Machine
21. Iggy Pop
22. Roxy Music
23. T. Rex
24. Lou Reed
27. Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds
29. The Specials
30. Bad Manners
32. The Beat
33. The Selecter
19. Jul. 2011, 15:01 von UncleDavenageSince Rhino and Sony etc. are making it so easy and affordable to pick up the back catalogues of artists with these 5CD boxes, I figured its a good time to start collecting them. Will probably pick up one every week (finances permitting) and try to keep this post updated:
The Spinners (Original Album Series) Spinners / Mighty Love / New and Improved / Live! / Pick of the Litter
George Benson (Original Album Series) Breezin' / Weekend in L.A. / Give Me The Night / Tenderly / Big Boss Band
Ian Dury and the Blockheads (Edsel Classics) Do It Yourself / Laughter / The Bus Driver's Prayer / Mr Love Pants / Warts 'n' Audience (Live at the Brixton Academy 22.12.90)
T. Rex (Edsel Classics) Tanx / Zinc Alloy and The Hidden Riders of Tomorrow / Bolan's Zip Gun / Futuristic Dragon / Dandy in the Underworld
Al Green (Edsel Classics) Gets Next to You / Call Me / Explores Your Mind / Al Green is Love / Truth 'n' Time
23. Jan. 2011, 16:09 von privatehellMy Last FM - Top Ten Artists of 2010
3. The Futureheads
4. Ian Dury and the Blockheads
5. The Pogues
6. The Specials
7. Arcade Fire
10. The Kinks
My Last FM - Top Ten Tracks of 2010
1. Madness - The Prince
2. R.E.M. - Fall on Me
3. The Pogues - If I Should Fall From Grace With God
4. The Futureheads - Heartbeat Song
5. Madness - It Must Be Love
6. Ian Dury and the Blockheads - Sweet Gene Vincent
7. Madness - Night Boat to Cairo
8. Madness - Rockin' in A Flat
9. Madness - My Girl
10. Madness - Sign of the Times
21. Aug. 2010, 9:16 von muzikizumJanuary 2010
There was so many animal tracks to to choose from that I needed some kind of theme to filter through them all. Eventually, I came up with this...
According to Chinese legend, the twelve animals quarreled one day as to who was to head the cycle of years. The gods were asked to decide and they held a contest: whoever was to reach the opposite bank of the river would be first, and the rest of the animals would receive their years according to their finish.
All the twelve animals gathered at the river bank and jumped in. Unknown to the ox, the rat had jumped upon his back. As the ox was about to jump ashore, the rat jumped off the ox's back, and won the race. The pig, who was very lazy, ended up last. That is why the rat is the first year of the animal cycle, the ox second, and the pig last.
1. Rat Race - The Specials
2. Tiny Oxen - The Bronzed Chorus
3. The Tiger - DJ Shadow
18. Aug. 2010, 16:37 von thomas101970
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1 James Brown - Sex Machine
2 Derek & The Dominos - Layla
3 Black Sabbath - Black Sabbath
4 The Doors - Roadhouse Blues
5 The Last Poets - Niggers Are Scared of Revolution
6 Jackson 5 - I Want You Back
7 Tim Buckley - Song to the Siren
8 Toots And The Maytels - Pressure Drop
9 Black Sabbath - Paranoid
10 Simon & Garfunkel - Bridge over Troubled Water
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9. Jul. 2010, 8:06 von JazzmanstereoMy friend is getting married in August, so for his stag we spent a week cycling and camping in Suffolk and Norfolk followed by a weekend on the broads.
During the week 3 of us spent cycling we only had a little radio to listen to and for some reason decided Katy Perry's California Gurls (feat. Snoop Dogg) would be the soundtrack to the week. I can't say any other current pop song sticks in my mind, so that week cycling will always be associated with that weeks UK number 1.
On the Friday we met up with a bunch of other awesome people for our weekend on the broads. We went through two boats, thankfully they both had cd players with an aux for mp3 players.
Top tune for that weekend has to be Bongo Bong by Manu Chao. We had the most beautiful sunny weather all week, so just imagine cruising down the broads in a boat full of cool people having a fair few drinks. Magic!
Some other memorable music from that wonderful weekend: The Black Album by Jay-Z, The Smiths, Ian Dury and the Blockheads, Ella Fitzgerald, Miles Davis, MM. …
30. Dez. 2009, 22:49 von privatehellMy Last FM - Top Ten Artists of 2009
2. The Specials
4. Ian Dury and the Blockheads
5. Crash Test Dummies
6. The Jam
7. The Smiths
8. Dead Kennedys
9. The Cure
10. The Beatles
My Last FM - Top Ten Tracks of 2009
1. R.E.M. - (Don't Go Back to) Rockville
2. The Specials - Concrete Jungle
3. Madness - Dust Devil
4. The Specials - Too Much Too Young
5. Ian Dury and the Blockheads - What A Waste
6. The Specials - Monkey Man
7. R.E.M. - Fall on Me
8. The Specials - Nite Klub
9. The Specials - Do Nothing
10. Madness - Forever Young
10. Jan. 2009, 23:07 von dirkpaulLast month I downloaded:
1. It Still Moves by My Morning Jacket.
Z and Evil Urges are moving higher and higher on my playlist, so I'm going further back in history.
2. Greatest by Ian Dury and the Blockheads.
I've always liked the biggest heads, now I'm completing my collection.
3. Welcome To The Pleasuredome by Frankie Goes to Hollywood.
Mostly a sign of the time, but it was a kind of anchor in the eighies.
4. Time To Pretend EP by MGMT.
Only album available on Emusic by them, mostly downloaded to decide if I should buy their very hyped album. Not sure yet.
Also, a few more tracks from Shaft by Isaac Hayes to complete my 65 monthly downloads.
1. Nov. 2008, 22:18 von tergo10Here And Now Recordings presents the allstar line-up of DJD, Chaz Jankel and Angie Brown. Together they give us the soulful house of Into The Night and the jazzy hip hop instrumentals of Dawn and Dusk.
DJD aka Dominic Dawson, no stranger to writing recording arranging and producing fantastic house music for such outlets as Defected Records, Zoom, Guidance and strictly rhythm.
Chaz Jankel, multi instrumentalist and co-writer in Ian Dury & The Blockheads. He penned such hitss as Sex & Drug & Rock & Roll, Hit Me With Your Rhythm Stick, Reasons To Be Cheerful plus solo recordings Glad To Know You, 3000000 Synths and Ai No Corrida which Quincy Jones, producer of Michael Jackson Off the Wall and Thriller, covered taking it to worldwide success. 2008 has seen Chaz Jankel writing with Robbie Williams in place of Guy Chambers!
CHAZ JANKEL Website
Uk soul and house music sensation Angie Brown has worked with everyone from The Rolling Stones to Chaka Khan. …